Fresh from his surprise win on 'Celebrity big Brother', Jim is now sitting down with Channel 5 to chat about creating a new show that he can star in - although it seems more likely that they'll revive his old game show instead.
"Channel 5 are keen to work with me and build on the success of 'Big Brother'," the 60-year-old told The Sun. "We are discussing a couple of formats."
"The favourite is 'Big Break'. I'd be up for that."
The original show saw Jim star alongside former player and snooker commentator John Virgo, with the game itself revolving around a mixture of general knowledge rounds and trick shot competitions.